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Despite Apple's offering of up to 200GB of storage on MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops, all those MP3s and video files we download off the net still leave us wanting. MCE Technologies comes up with an ingenius solution that takes out your optical DVD drive, shoves it in an external case, and replaces that space with another hard disk.


The second hard drive comes in capacities of 80 to 160GB, so you can have a maximum of 360GB (320GB if you went for the faster, smaller drive) sitting in your Apple laptop. And yes, your old optical DVD drive can still be lugged around and used as an external drive whenever you need it. Prices start at $249 for the smallest PowerBook drive and end at $479 for 160GB MacBook and MacBook Pro drives.

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Product Page [MCETech via Crunchgear]